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The Odds Are Incredible, They Found Not One But Two In The Same Litter!

It takes a lot to surprise the staff at The Cat House On Kings after all the literally see thousands of cats and kittens a year. But this litter of kittens has them stumped?

This particular litter came to them from Parlier, California only a month ago. Soon after taking care of the five Calico Kittens the staff realized that it contained not one but two male Calicos.

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So while you might say it might not sound that impressive, you might consider the science and the math just to get one male.

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When this sweet calico arrived at the shelter she was on her own.

Blind and alone a frightened calico climbed onto her chest and refused to let go.

Just like this cute little guy, then you quickly realize just how much more incredible this actually is.

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A calico or tortoiseshell must have two X chromosomes. This means the kitten is going to be born female 99.99% of time.

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